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Director and Head of Department
The University of Hong Kong
Honorary Assistant Professor
Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research
Chairman of the Executive Board
Honorary Associate Professor, Faculty of Science
University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong Monetary Authority and Clearstream to Launch Cross-Border Collateral Management Cooperation | AsiaEtrading.com
Peter Pang, Deputy Chief Executive of the HKMA, said, "We welcome Clearstream in joining forces with the HKMA and other global triparty repo systems in providing the cross-border collateral management services at the global and domestic levels.
The Summit will feature Peter Pang, Deputy Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority who will deliver the keynote address and share how Asian treasuries can benefit from the HK governmentâ€™s initiative on corporate treasury centres.
THE ASSET ASIA TREASURY TRAILBLAZER SUMMIT 2015 - Malaysian Association of Corporate Treasurers
The Summit will feature Peter Pang, Deputy Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority who will deliver the keynote address and share how Asian treasuries can benefit from the HK government's initiative on corporate treasury centres.
Hong Kong's sukuk gold at the gateway to China - Economics & Business Channel
The deputy chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Peter Pang, explained that Hong Kong would "deepen co-operation with Malaysia in the development of Islamic finance".
The deputy governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, Dato' Muhammad bin Ibrahim, added that Malaysia would offer its "expertise in structuring, managing and distribution of sukuk [and] advice on legal and sharia matters". The initial niche that Hong Kong is aiming for is as a source of highly rated sukuk, which Pang noted was acute in the Islamic finance industry, and would make the Hong Kong sovereign sukuk highly desired. From here he described secondary priorities which could be thought of as the concentric circle-shaped ripples in a lake when the sovereign sukuk is thrown in. Gateway to China Beyond the funding provided to the government, the sovereign issuance could encourage others (private and public-sector entities) to issue sukuk and provide a bridge between oil-rich GCC countries and rapidly growing emerging Asian economies. Pang noted Hong Kong's "unique role" relative to China where it can "provide an effective platform to channel the surplus funds from the Islamic world to this part of the world where there is a huge financing need to sustain the high growth of the Asian economies [particularly China]". If the efforts by Hong Kong end here, it would be disappointing because as Pang pointed out, Hong Kong has a unique role that other financial centers (including London) are trying to usurp in trade in Chinese yuan.
ASIFMA Asia Regulatory Review
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) announced that Mr Peter Pang, Deputy Chief Executive, will retire effective 26 February 2016.
Mr Pang will be succeeded by Mr Howard Lee, Senior Executive Director.